(rice ball covered with sweetend red beans, soybean flour or sesame salt)
Ohagi's are well known as a⋅Japanese⋅unbaked sweet which have⋅many names such as "Hagi-no-mochi", "kai-mochi", "hagi-mochi", "bota-mochi", "hagi-no-hana", "kita-mado", "yobune", etc..⋅ These names have many origins from a play on words, to it looking similar to the flower of a bush clover (hagi flower) and other origins.⋅ It is written in literature from the Genroku era that Ohagis were eaten by lower classes and that upper classes tended to rarely eat them.⋅ Ohagi's became an elegant sweet in the Bakumatsu period.